Fronius Building Solhub Solar-Powered Hydrogen Generation Capacity

Energy solutions company Fronius is installing the first H2 customer system in Austria, based on its Solhub technology. Solhub is a system solution for the local production, storage and use of green hydrogen. The customer is the SAN Group, which in the future will produce up to 100 kg of green hydrogen per day at […]

Oregon allocates $10 million to solar + storage rebate program

During the final week of Oregon’s legislative session, HB 5006, the omnibus spending bill, has allocated $10 million to the Oregon Department of Energy for Solar + Storage Rebates. This is five-times the amount the program was originally awarded in 2019. The program serves residential customers, low and moderate income customers and low-income service providers.… […]

Nexamp partners with ComEd to pay for community solar credits for 650 utility customers per year

The Mayor of Rockford, Illinois, joined community solar provider Nexamp and ComEd to launch Give-A-Ray, a new 15-year program to provide solar energy benefits and savings to low-and-moderate-income customers in Rockford and the surrounding area for free. With the help of local support services, including the Rockford Housing Authority, outreach to potential participants is underway… […]

Greenskies, Pfister Energy turn New Jersey school district solar with 2 rooftop arrays

Greenskies Clean Energy and Pfister Energy completed rooftop solar energy systems totaling over 460 kW at two schools in Barrington, New Jersey. The solar installations located at Woodland Middle School (259.49 kW) and Avon Elementary School (200.97 kW) will significantly lower the annual electric costs for the Barrington School District. The district will create savings… […]

Summit Ridge Energy develops 2.1-MW rooftop community solar project in Baltimore

Summit Ridge Energy has developed a 2.1-MW rooftop solar array expected to deliver over 2.6 million kWh of electricity annually to the Baltimore, Maryland community. The solar installation will be hosted at an AEW-managed industrial facility and will supply clean energy to the local electric utility, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company, through the Maryland Community… […]

New Columbia Solar adds rooftop array to one of the oldest synagogues in the United States

Adas Israel Congregation, one of the oldest surviving synagogues in the United States, has partnered with New Columbia Solar to power their congregation through a 218-kW solar array. The congregation has demonstrated historic leadership for the Jewish faith as the nation’s first synagogue to be visited by a President of the United States and the… […]

Priority Power developing 6.5-MW solar project for Texas oil producer

Priority Power Management, an independent energy services provider offering transitions to carbon neutrality, has entered a solar development agreement with FireBird Energy, an upstream oil and gas company operating numerous properties in the Midland Basin. Under the agreement, Priority Power will develop a 6.5-MW PV solar facility located on 50 acres of FireBird Energy’s land… […]

Kearsarge Energy installs 34 MW of solar + storage projects across New England

Kearsarge Energy started commercial operations for over 34 MW of solar + storage consisting of 11 individual projects in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. These projects will generate tax and lease revenues for New England municipalities and let local governments, low-income housing developments, nonprofits, universities, local school systems, RI Public Transit Authority and universities receive discounted… […]

PermaCity begins construction on 2.2-MW solar array at Port of Los Angeles

PermaCity is installing a 2.2-MW solar array atop an ocean research facility on the wharf at the Port of Los Angeles. Once completed, it is likely the project will be the second largest solar installation at a U.S. port. PermaCity, a division of Catalyze,  is using its proprietary SolarStrap roof mounting technology on the project… […]